This report evaluates the hydrodynamic framework of the Slave Point Formation in northeastern British Columbia. The study area is situated in northeastern British Columbia covering NTS blocks 94A, 94B, 94G, 94H, 94I, 94J and 94O, which includes the Ladyfern, Clarke Lake and greater Sierra areas.
The main results of this study were as follows:
• Define the hydrodynamic relationship of the Slave Point Formation within the B.C. portion of the Hotchkiss Embayment to the Hamburg/Ladyfern and Clarke Lake areas.
• Provide a general definition and distribution of Slave Point and Keg River aquifer systems in the Clarke Lake and greater Sierra areas.
• Map pertinent fluid chemistries (gas and waters).
• Determine the current-day temperature regime for the Slave Point within Northeastern British Columbia.